The right to have an abortion is NOT a 'call' for you to have one.<quoted text>
My rights are important to me..but when my right calls for me to end the life of my own child..another human..it is no longer my rights alone that are at stake.
That seems to be a major stumbling block to your understanding of the right to choose.
I have a right to bungee jump, drive a car, take Prozac, eat squirrel, raise llamas, grow kohlrabi, keep an altar to Bhat in my kitchen - but I don't do any of those things, and I've never once felt 'called' to, simply because any or all of them are within my rights.
And truly, whether or not the right to life of a fetus is recognized by law, the Constitution prohibits citizens from having to give up an organ for someone else's survival. Uteri included.
So far, the Supreme Court agrees - and if it reverses that judgment, the right to give a kidney to anyone whose blood type matches yours, may become an obligation.
You ready for that?